Diane Marcoe, 74, died Jan. 1. Mrs. Marcoe’s rosary and funeral Mass will be livestreamed.

• The rosary will be 7 p.m. Jan. 11. Click on the link below to join.

https://www.facebook.com/StAnthonyChurchSEPortland/

• The funeral mass will be 11 a.m. Jan. 12. Click on the link below to join.

https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCJI3yQtRKRzjoDhhTTLKTPg

Her devotion to her family and her strong faith in God supported her and gave her peace.

Mrs. Marcoe was born to the late Raymond and Cecelia Rothenflutch, Oct. 29, 1946, in Silverton. After graduating from Silverton High School in 1964, she graduated as a registered nurse from Sacred Heart General Hospital School of Nursing in Eugene in 1967.

After graduation, she worked as a nurse at hospitals for two and a half years before landing at Bess Kaiser Hospital for 36 years. She was an evening supervisor for six years, a night supervisor for 20 years and an Emergicenter manager for 10 years. She was passionate about nursing and loved what she did for a living.

Mrs. Marcoe was an exceptionally dedicated mom to all of her children, raising all six of them to go on to accomplish great things. Family came first and that was above all else to her, a value she instilled in all of those around her. From the very beginning, she dedicated her children to God and encouraged them to live a life of faith. The hole left by her absence is impossible to fill.

Mrs. Marcoe loved spending time with her grandchildren, watching their games, going to their school events and making memories with them. She was a selfless person and dedicated her life to taking care of others and volunteering in her church and any activities her children participated in.

Those who will miss Diane most include her six children Jeff, Jackie, Scott, Heidi Knight, Troy, and Jenny and their spouses; her seven grandchildren McKenna, Rachel, Bailey, Nicholas, Nathan, Andrew and Kaylee; and her four sisters Mary Jean, Eileen, Charlene, and Joan and their spouses; and her sister in-law Judy.